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put sth on

(OPERATE)
運行
mainly UK phrasal verb with put /pʊt/ verb ( present tense putting, past tense and past participle put)
to make a device operate, or to cause a device to play something, such as a CD or video, by pressing a switch
(使)(光碟或錄影帶等裝置)運行
Could you put the light on?
你能把燈打開嗎?
Do you mind if I put the television/some music on?
你介意我打開電視機/放點音樂嗎?
Don't forget to put the brake on.
別忘了踩煞車。
Electrical switches and connections
(Definition of put sth on phrasal verb, verb (OPERATE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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